A roundup of local sports briefs, news and announcements

Published: 5/14/2019 10:52:28 PM
Concord Crew results

Three of Concord Crew’s four boats had medal finishes at the Amber Zapatka Memorial Regatta in Lowell, Mass. Medal finishes for three of our boats. Novice Girls V8 finished 3rd, The varsity boys’ V4 finished first, the novice girls’ V8 finished third and the varsity boys’ V8 also finished third.

JV results

The Hopkinton JV softball team (7-3) lost to Sanborn, 17-5, in a game that was very close until the last inning. Gina Simpkins pitched well for the Hawks. Maddie Carmichael had three hits, and Livvie Bradfield had a two-run single.

■Spencer Beahm pitched great in relief, allowing one run and striking out two over three innings as the John Stark JV baseball team beat Plymouth, 6-4. Nate Tower earned the save while Jake Parsons caught a great game . Evan Lamphere had two hits, two stolen bases and scored a run for the Generals (6-1-1).

■John Stark’s Julia Moskey had three strikeouts from the circle and drew a walk and scored a run at the plate, but it wasn’t enough as the John Stark JV softball team lost to Plymouth, 10-4. Destiny Vickers had an RBI double for Stark while Emaly Roy and Maddie Aucoin also saw time in the circle and finished with two strikeouts between them.

Youth lacrosse results

The Bow girls’ 14U lacrosse team posted an 11-7 win over Derry behind six goals from Alex Larrabee. Olivia Selleck (two goals), Kendall Murray (goal), Bridgid England (goal) and Gretl Shaw (goal) all scored, while Adie Pfeifle, Megan Shippos, Jil Harpering, Maia Kimball and Anna Tsouros all played well defensively.

Youth baseball results

The Hopkinton Olkonen Earthscapes bested the Bow Police Lake Monsters in a close game. Lucas Landry led Hopkinton with a home run. Kyle Buelte (triple) and Sawyer Zipke (double) also added extra-base hits. For Bow, Chase Crowell tossed two scoreless innings and Clayton Nadzan had some strong at-bats.

■Concord’s Rowley Agency beat Concord’s Granite State Glass 5-4, in Concord Northeast play. Rowley’s Theo Schneible went 2-for-3 with a two-run home run and scored the winning run, while Ryan Stephenson pitched a solid game for Rowley, allowing no runs in three innings, and Brad Sawyer played great defense. Granite State Glass kept the game tight with Jackson Duffy’s two hits, Carter Pratt’s hit and Deagan Hines pitching a solid game in relief.

■In Concord Northeast action, Banks defeated Bow Shirtmasters. For Bow, Brady Lover and Steve Guerrette played great defense and Patrick Walton pitched well. For Banks, Tyler Fennelly had two hits and scored three runs. Griffin Norwalt had two hits, two runs scored and three RBI.

Youth softball results

The Merrimack Valley softball team fell to Litchfield, 3-2, in TriCounty League action for its first loss of the season. MV (6-1) received a strong pitching performance from Olivia Lacasse (seven innings, eight strikeouts) and the team battled back from a 3-0 deficit thanks to RBI from Sam Allen and Olivia Seeley.

H-D spring award night

The Hillsboro-Deering High School Spring Sports Award Night will be held on June 11 from 6-7:30 p.m. in the high school gym. Attendance is required of all spring H-D athletes.

College standouts

Plymouth State senior Josh Goulet earned the Little East Conference’s top honor after being named LEC Baseball Player of the Year. Goulet, who was also named to the All-LEC First Team, becomes the first Panther to ever win the award. He hit .410 this season with 13 home runs and 47 RBI.

Fall sign-ups

Hillsboro-Deering High School will hold sign ups for fall sports on June 13th at 2:20 p.m. in the following locations: girls’ soccer (room 222), boys’ soccer (gym), girls’ volleyball (cafeteria), golf (room 221), cross country (gym) and bass fishing (gym).

NHTI notes

The NHTI athletic department will host its third annual golf tournament at Beaver Meadow on June 14th. Cost for a foursome is $500 and includes greens fees, cart and dinner. The tournament is scheduled to be a shotgun start beginning at 8:30 a.m. and there will be a silent auction, raffle, closest to the pin, longest drive and many other chances to win prizes. There will also be a second golf event, a nine-hole shotgun start tournament at Loudon Country Club on Aug. 20. Cost is $225 per foursome or $65 per person. To submit a team for either event, contact the NHTI athletics department at 230-4041 or email Paul Hogan at phogan@ccsnh.edu.

Baseball camp

The 23rd annual Hawks Baseball Camp will take place on June 24-27 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. each day. The instructional camp in the morning and game camp in the afternoon will have high school coaches and college players working closely with young athletes. Cost is $125 for ages 7-15 and is $150 after June 1. Rain date is slated for Aug. 28. To register, contact Dave Chase at 4chaseteam@comcast.net or 545-2960.

Paddle group

Anyone interested in paddling canoes, kayaks and paddleboards is cordially invited to join The Tuesday Night (5 p.m.) Paddle-Together Group in Contoocook. For more detail, contact Tom Walton at twalton@nedelta.com or 731-5210.


Peak FC Soccer club will be hosting free tryouts/evaluations for its 2019-2020 teams on Thursday from 6-7:30 p.m. at the NHSA fields in Pembroke. Players looking to join the club must register online at peakfc.net.

Concord Post 21 American Legion baseball tryouts are scheduled for Sunday at the Concord Sports Center from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Players between the ages of 16-19 who attend Concord, Merrimack Valley, Bow, Pittsfield, Pembroke, Bishop Brady, Concord Christian, St. Paul’s, and Hopkinton high schools, or any player who lives in the Concord area, may attend. Players must fill out the pre-registration form available at concord21.yolasite.com.

Weare Post 65 Senior and Junior Legion baseball will hold tryouts on June 2 from 5-7 p.m. at John Stark Regional High School in Weare. The summer season runs mid-June to the end of July. Juniors could slide into the first week of August. There are team fees, but they will be minimal. Senior program (19U) schools include Goffstown, John Stark and Hillsboro-Deering. If you attend a private school in and live in one of these districts, you are also eligible. Senior team home games are played at St. Anselm College and the senior team will participate in two showcase events. The junior program (17U) area to pull from and includes John Stark, Goffstown, Hillsboro-Deering, Hopkinton, Pembroke, Concord, Merrimack Valley, Bishop Brady and Concord Christian. Junior team home games are played at Hopkinton High School. Contact Program Manager Dennis Pelletier at dennis.pelletier@jsrhs.net or 361-2961 with any questions.

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